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in the debate. what now has been cohesion for many now sms to be a question of motivation. david hall works in d.c. with the service members legal defense network. before that, he was in the air force for five years. >> ranked number one in my class and a female cadet went to my commander and said, he's gay. >> hall said he was dismissed under don't ask, don't tell. he watched cosely as the senate took up banning the don't asking, don't tell. many people questioned the tivation of the timing of the debate. >> this is a ploy in order to try to galvanize the political base of the other side which is facing a losing election. >> this came on the heels of a raging rally monday in maine. those supporting the appeal hope to win over morate republican susan collins. in spite of her floor speech, she appeared swayed. >> i think it's the right thing to do. i think it's only fair. but collins and all republican senars voted no. procedural wrangling stopped the vote this time. they are thankful for the delay. >> the elections are coming up soon, and overall i'm glad we're going to slow down andry get at th
victim former staff sergeant david hall, the politics with david korn. as a tax vote nears, new polling in battleground states, 62% do not want cuts for the rich. the latest machinations with howard fineman. the new way around health care reform. no new child only insurance policies. our guest wendell potter. >>> worsts. british police want you to be on the lookout for this man. >>> the delaware senate race, also known as seriously? o'donnell denies she spent campaign funds on rent. she defies description on her explanation of white house czars. >> no title of nobility shall be granted by the united states. there you go. so i would say to president obama that czar is certainly a title of nobility and therefore it is unconstitutional. >> so what about lady gaga or peter king? oh, and she pulled an angle. >> thank you. i answered it. >> no you didn't answer it. >> all the news and commentary now on "countdown." >> sorry i have to rush out. >>> good evening from new york. today republican senators blocked the defense authorization bill, holding hostage funding for our troops over oppositio
the november midterms exploring the affects of a repeal. for david hall, that's long way. >> there are 66,000 gays and lesbians. every day they go to work wondering is today the day'm going to get fired. >>> last year president obama pledged to repeal the don't ask, don't tell policy. yesterday the white house said it was, quote disappointed but will keep trying. >>> larry summers says he will leave post as directors of the national economic council and return to his teaching job at harvard. it comes amid economic recovery. he would be among the three to leave this year. >>> 66 degrees. ahead on news 4, early look at a highly anticipatedbook of life inside the white house. >>> several leaders locked up acsed of pocketing millions of dollars. >>> and the return of summer heat. your weather and traffic are next. ♪ [ male announce] it's luxury with fire in itveins. bold. daring. capable of moving your soul. ♪ and that's even before you drop your foot on the pedal. ♪ the new 2011 cts coupe from cadillac. the new standard of the world. >>> good morning. time for weather and tffic early o
of the way. going back to "house" now, another great actor, robert david hall, place the coroner. in real life, he walks on a cane. he was on this program, and your name came up in the conversation. he was saying how grateful he was to you and the producers of "house" for putting you on that cane. he was saying how grateful he was that you put that character on a cane. i suspect you must hear that from time to time, people are grateful to see that. >> i do, but in some ways it is a very difficult subject. it is a very complex issue. there is no denying the fact reliance on the cane has somehow affected his character. he is a man in physical pain, for one thing. he is also a man who yearns for a physical wholeness that has been denied him. at the same time, the outside world, and i think this is undeniably true, gives him a kind of license that he might not otherwise get were he not to walk with a cane. it is almost -- while i am holding this thing, you cannot touch me. you might say that is hypocritical, that it should make no difference. the fact is, they do treat people differently. it
fired since "don't ask, don't tell" became law. air force veteran david hall among them. >> you know, i wanted to serve my country, i'm able to serve my country, i was great at what i did. it makes no sense that you discharged me based on sexual orientation. >> reporter: most republicans in the senate are expected to vote against opening up "don't ask, don't tell" for debate on the floor tomorrow. lady gaga is hoping to sway maine's two republican senators to switch sides. she is heading a repeal it rally in portland later tonight. >>> we are following a developing story. a body found in patuxent river state park. now investigators have new leads to the unsolved murder. tannessa taylor's brother said she was bipolar and skit 47 nick schizophrenic. they have two persons of interest in the case, shannon watkins and casey boone. they believe taylor new watkins and boone through prostitution. >>> last week the family of dr. david cohen says he is in good condition and asking for privacy while he recovers. he was shot in the stomach. police say paul pardus shot cohen when the doctor told him
. >> reporter: now david hall works with the service members legal defense netwk. before that he was in the air force for five years. >> ranked number one in my class, had my pilot's slot, and a female member went to my boss saying he's gay. >> watched closely as the senate took up the debate. instead of questioning the merits of the policy, many republicans question the timing of the vote. >> thisis a blatant political ploy to galvanize the political base of the other size which is facing a losing election. >> reporter: the senate vote came on the heels of a rally in maine. they're hoping to win over susan collins. in part of her floor speech, she appeared swayed. >> i think it's the right thing to do. i think it's only fair. >> reporter: but collins and all republican senators voted no. procedure wrangling and posturing stopped the measure this time. >> a lot of decisions are being made because the elections are coming up soon. overall, i'm glad we're going to slow down and try to get at the right answer instead of just doing what's politically expedient. >> reporr: the bill certainly won't
clear to david hall, who was caked out of air force r.o.t.c. for homosexuality. >> i was very disappointed in the results of the vote that happened in the senate today. >> reporter: hall watchd watchdm the gallery as president obama's effort to repeal the law which prevents gays from serving openly in the military ran into a solid wall of republican opposition. >> this was basically a fight between the republican side and the democratic side to either try to stop this bill or to get it moving forward and this is really brought it to a standstill. >> reporter: democrats pressed for a vote before the november midterm elections when they are likely to lose seats in the senate. but republicans refused to let it come to a vote. >> this is a blatant political ploy in order to try to galvanize the political base of the other side which is facing a losing election. >> reporter: repeal has supporters all the way from the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff to lady gaga who unleashed her kwai-popping celebrity to denounce "don't ask, don't tell". >> it is against all that we stand for
will be and our -- >> reporter: but for david hall, change can't come soon enough. he was thrown out of the air force for being gay. >> just like when we are in battle. sometimes you lose the fight but you look forward and you regroup and i think that's what people will be doing. >> reporter: he hopes democrats will bring the issue up again after election day. joel brown, cbs news, washington. >>> in afghanistan, nato officials deny taliban claims it shot down a helicopter that killed nine coalition troops, mostly americans. the chopper went down yesterday in southern afghanistan. this is now the worst year of the war for nato forces, with at least 530 dead. >>> a new book from reporter bob woodward shows president obama's advisers split over u.s. strategy in afghanistan. the "new york times" obtained and advanced copy of the book that, quote depipsts an administration deeply torn over the war even as the president agreed to triple troop levels there. woodward quotes richard holbrooke, the president's representative for afghanistan and apparently says the current strategy against the taliban ca
artist. also with lady gaga was david hall, an air force staff sergeant who was discharged under the don't ask, don't tell poll si. >>> we'll discuss the positive gains on wall street when we come back. plus the latest items on congress' agenda, tax cut extension. we'll have the latest in business beat coming up in just a bit. >>> bankers are welcome backing up to new rules from bank regulators. central banger around the globe including tim geithner wrapping i'm meeting in switzerland. they have agreed to make big banks keep more cash in reserve. banks are warning the new rules will cut down on the number of loans they can make. here in washington, we are keeping an eye on what moves congress may or may not take before the elections. adam shapiro joins us with more. it is nine months into the year and we are finally starting to look at some positive territory. >> yeah, if you consider being up 3/10 of a percent. trying to think positive. >> try to think positive for the year. our 401(k)s on need some antidepressant right now. we are still down considerably from the peak almost three year
, don't tell. with gaga is david hall an air staff sergeant also discharged under the policy. >> wedding bells may soon be ringing for that other will, prince william and kate middleton. >> but when and where the wedding will take place has everyone with different predictions. fox's aimly kill log has more. >> reporter: it is widely expected that prince william will marry kate middleton but when? magazines are already choosing her dress. and royal commentators are speculating about the venue. >> i think it will be at windsor in the st. george's chapel because it's less disruptive to have it outside of london. >> a lead being london bookie has already stopped taking bets on the year of the wedding. odds are firmly on 2011. now just down to what month in that year the wedding will take place. royal experts say if it doesn't happen in 2011 the most likely year will be 2013 because 2012 is full of high profile events from the queen's key diamond jubilee to the olympics. betting on sunny honeymoon venues. >> kate has told friends in the past that if she could choose anywhere or do anything on
and with gaga, david hall, an air force staff sergeant who was disarmed under the policy. >>> and let's look at brian bolter for the news edge at 6. >>> in six minutes, police investigate a fatal shooting in springfield. why residents say a speed bump may have sparked the deadly dispute. >>> and illegal immigration uproar. the tougher penalties coming in the wake of a car crash that killed a local nun. >>> and fenty fights for his political life. gy one-on-one with the mayor as he trys to overcome the image problem that has plagued his re- election campaign. stick with us. t >> he was a familiar face here. ron walters died at age 72. he was a professor at the university of maryland where he chaired the african-american leadership institute and played a pivotal role in jesse jackson's campaigns and wrote a column nationwide. funeral arrangements have not been made. >>> parts of colorado are up in flames. >> crews are working around the clock to contain another major wildfire in an area reeling from the first. julie banderas has more. >> reporter: hundreds forced from their hom
first class stacy vasquez there. all the way to the right former air force staff sergeant david hall. and who is that? that's katherine miller, the cadet sergeant who resigned last month because of the ower innousness of serving under don't ask/don't tell. again, the glamour. now we know the diagram that includes "the rachel maddow show" and lady gaga intersects at one point, for kicking out people for no reason other than they're openly gay. katherine miller must have had a really big few weeks since we last spoke. she joins us for the interview when we get back. >>> six weeks ago katherine miller was a cadet at west point. she quit decide to go transfer out of west point because she believed serving under don't ask/don't tell was compromising her integrity. then last night she went to the m it tv video music awards as a guest of lady gaga. you know, as you do. joining us now for the interview is katherine miller who has had a remarkable month or so. thanks for being here. >> thanks for having me. >> how did you end up going to the vmas with lady gaga? >> all right. so i was sponsor
former air force staff sergeant david hall. and who is that? that's katherine miller, the cadet sergeant who resigned last month because of the onerous of serving under don't ask, don't tell. again, the glamour. now we know the diagram that includes "the rachel maddow show" and lady gaga intersects at one point, for kicking out people for no reason other than they're openly gay. katherine miller must have had a really big few weeks since we last spoke. she joins us for the interview when we get back. my nasal allergies are ruining our camping trip. i know who works differently than many other allergy medications. hoo? omnaris. [ men ] omnaris -- to the nose! [ man ] did you know nasal symptoms like congestion can be caused by allergic inflammation? omnaris relieves your symptoms by fighting inflammation. side effects may include headache, nosebleed, and sore throat. [ inhales deeply ] i told my allergy symptoms to take a hike. omnaris. ask your doctor. battling nasal allergy symptoms? omnaris combats the cause. get omnaris for $11 at omnaris.com. the smell of home made chili battling nas
know you just got back into town from las vegas. best wishes as the campaign continues, david hall. thank you so much. >>> most of the daytime shows here on fox 5 are kicking off new seasons this week and that includes dr. phil which airs each week day at 11:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. i recently spoke with dr. phil on what we can expect on the new shows. >> you are taking on some very big topics this year. and first off we're talking about domestic violence including a pledge, a way for all of us to get involved to ending this cycle of violence. tell us about it. >> well, allison, i said when i started the dr. phil show, that one of the things that we were going to do was deal with the silent epidemics area. domestic violence qualifies in a tragic way. and the fact is that it's probably one of the most underreported phenomenons in our society today. and with the advent of all of the economic problems that families are facing, the financial woes put stress on the marriage. we are seeing disturbing upticks in the frequency of people reaching out for help on this. so we've got to deal with
challenge to don't ask don't tell and david hall an air force staff sergeant who was discharged under the policy. >>> now 8:58 and that will do it for this hour of fox 5 morning news. we'll turn things over to allison and sarah to take us up until the next hour. >>> here are some stories we're working on for you this morning in the 9:00 hour. mosque controversy in new york continues. now just about half an hour the imam spearheading the mosque and cultural center addressed new york city and we'll tell you what he had to say. >>> plus she's a fiery advocate for victims on her nhl show and now nancy grace ism -- is coming to fox 5. and we'll see about her new show that debuts here this afternoon. >>> and the redskins pull off a win against the cowboys and dave ross will join us with a little monday morning quarterback action. stay tuned for that and everything else coming up in the 9:00 hour. >>> and the other big story is this fall weather, football weather. that's what i think of when i feel these kind of temperatures. >> and we certainly had that
circumstances right now, given everything that is going on in city hall. commissioner david chiu. supervisor chiu: i have been thinking about this for quite some time. as many of you know, i pushed forward a more significant measure dealing with this. given the debate we are having in the city, in other committees around potential revenue measures, my concern is we are very selective as a body and what we are placing on the ballot. while i think there is a lot of marriage for -- merit for, from my perspective, i do not know if this is the right measure at the right time. i think god will wait for public comment to consider what commissioner dufty is suggesting in moving this forward. i am not inclined at, at this point, to move forward without recommendations, but i am willing to hear from colleagues. supervisor campos: carmen chu. supervisor chu: the polls that will be provided, is that something that we can expect to see on saturday, monday? >> i have been consulted that this will be ready at the end of the week. at this point, the best assurance i have is and will definitely be ready over
,000 soldiers have been discharged. david hall, who escorted lady gaga to last week's video music awards, says he's one of them. >> a female cadet went to my commander, said i was gay. i made no comment, rated number one in my class, and then they discharged me just based off of what she said. >> reporter: lady gaga is more known for selling 50 million singles and her outrageous outfits than for her political statements. ♪ but recently she's become more vocal with her political leanings, urging her twitter followers, she has a record 6.4 million of them, to write their senators over "don't ask, don't tell." the current law bans gay soldiers from serving, and forbids military leaders from asking about sexual orientation. essentially encouraging gay troops to keep it secret. >> i thought equality meant everyone. >> reporter: 60 votes are needed to avoid a filibuster and repeal "don't ask, don't tell." the singer known for being out there, hopes her gay friends in the military will simply be allowed to be out. michelle miller, cbs news, portland. >> i think it's important to say, the reason joh
with discovery communications david levy. discovery just completed a town hall meeting with its staff. they have brought in counselors for everybody. here are the headlines of the news conference still underway right now. i asked about the three former hostages. they are doing well. they are at home and doing as well as expected they are getting plenty of time to recover from this. very southwesting. the security guard in the building is being hailed a hero. he has a military background, served in iraq and was critical in the negotiations between police yesterday and the suspect. we will have more at 5:00. back to you. >> for the latest information on the situation, go to our website at wusa9.com. of course we will have information on hurricane earl with full details coming some people say i'm obsessed with my chickens. but i like to think i'm just going beyond the call of duty. cock-a-doodle-dooooo! i do 22 more inspections than the government requires. and my fresh, all-natural chickens are never given any hormones or steroids. ♪ they're fed a nutritious diet including corn, soybeans and mar
policies, aimed at preventing discrimination. >> let us go ahead and begin. i am mark david hall, a professor of political science and vice-president of christians and political science. we welcome you to our panel for this convention. we are particularly grateful for c-span for agreeing to cover the proceedings here. they told me that after we do the presentations that will need to move a microphone around the audience to make sure we get audience questions and comments very well. so be patient with that. before we get to the panel, let me invite you to the events planned for this evening. we will meet in this room at 6:15 for an hour and a half or so and have a brief business meeting. we will worship together. will have a guest speaker. for those of us interested in religious liberty, christian legal society verses martinez might be one of the most important german by the supreme court in recent years. it raises questions about freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, and equality. we have a great panel. some of these folks were involved in litigating the case. they know a great
, a shooting, a death. to try to prevent it, inside city hall supervisor david chu has come up with an idea. an ordinance that would require event promoters to register with the entertainment commission. >> and the bottom line here is that there have been numerous tragedies. >> reporter: justin true is supervisor of justin chu's legislative aide. >> if there is a problem that they worked on then the entertainment commission would have the power to impose additional requirements. >> reporter: for instance, the promoter and his or her staff would be subject to criminal background checks and need to hold commercial liability insurance and provide a security plan for every party. >> systems and improved accountability is good. >> reporter: mike zucchinierman who runs the nightclub temple supports the ordinance. if it fails no worries. he knows which promoters carry a bad reputation. and those the clubs turn away. >> we can't really worry about what happens in the street. but as far as what happens in here we have our own vetting process. there are certain promoters we work with that there is ne
it, inside city hall supervisor david chu has come up with an idea. an ordinance that would require event promoters to register with the entertainment commission. >> and the bottom line here is that there have been numerous tragedies. >> reporter: justin true is supervisor of justin chu's legislative aide. >> if there is a problem that they worked on then the entertainment commission would have the power to impose additional requirements. >> reporter: for instance, the promoter and his or her staff would be subject to criminal background checks and need to hold commercial liability insurance and provide a security plan for every party. >> systems and improved accountability is good. >> reporter: mike zucchinierman who runs the nightclub temple supports the ordinance. if it fails no worries. he knows which promoters carry a bad reputation. and those the clubs turn away. >> we can't really worry about what happens in the street. but as far as what happens in here we have our own vetting process. there are certain promoters we work with that there is never a problem. >> we as venue own
all of you that you are all invited to the supervisors' meeting tomorrow at city hall, 3:30. be there, please. because all of tonight's award recipients will receive special commendations by the supervisor. i just got this from david, this has come on down, everybody. you are all invited. it will be fun, don't you think? to go to the meeting? [applause] special thanks, by the way to the awards committee and all the work they did because they really put together a great committee and of course, recognizing special individuals. now, we would like you all to say hello and welcome to a wonderful, talented troupe. they are the burmese youth association troupe, and they have a special performance for us. please give them a warm welcome. [applause] ♪ [singing in foreign language] [applause] >> the costumes are so beautiful. oh, my gosh. thank you very much. the costumes are simply beautiful. wonderful thank you to them. beautiful costumes. now, what is an event would not be complete without great food? i hope you enjoyed it, and we want to thank the asian shaft -- chef association, offerin
authorized general jones to call the guy across the hall, and don't think he authorized david petraeus to call him a spin doctor. >> there's more than junior high attitude in this. as the washington post and from the 43 white house written on the commentary blog and one in "the washington post," this is not a warrior president. from the beginning he's not talking about victory and bringing the war to a conclusion that will benefit freedom in america, he's talking about getting out and not spending money on it. >> kirsten, what about it. if you're in the white house why do you let bob woodward come in and expose your dirty laundry? >> well, i think that they presume that bob woodward will get access somehow, he will be able to get people one-on-one to talk and they want a opportunity to tell their side of the story. that's part of it. the other part they're full of themselves and believe, oh, once bob woodward comes in and sees me he's going to write a definitive book what an amazing leader i am. clearly they're not aware of how they are or they would not be doing this kind of stuff aro
on whether they should strike. ktvu's david stevenson is in san francisco with the latest. david? >> reporter: julia i'm inside the workers union hall where voting has just wound down. about over half of the will 00 eligible hilton workers today cast this ballot. the results won't be in for another hour and a half or so but the folks we have talked to say they have overwhelmingly voted to authorize the strike. even as they greeted guest and aided tourists workers at san francisco's hilton hotel in union square this afternoon were gearing up for a possible strike. >> to get a fair deal we've got to stay outside as long as we can. i mean that's -- and we're ready for it. >> it's health care, it's pension, it's wages, and it's the right to organize, it's, you know, basically workload. >> reporter: 9,000 employees at 60 san francisco hotels have worked without a contract for 13 months. union leaders say today's strike vote aimed to put pressure on hilton and encourage other hotels to make a deal. the union says the hotels can afford to settle because san francisco bookings and rates are up for a
ceremony at city hall tuesday symbolized the connection san jose has with mexico. mayor chuck reed and councilmembers presented the proclamation on david figueroa. they were treated to a performance of mexican folk dancing on the plaza. [ applause ] ♪ [ music ] >> there are several upcoming events celebrating mexican heritage, independence and awareness. it includes music and art festivals and a presentation with activist deloreas. the festival is in several locations downtown and you can see student contradictions at the library. what exactly can you see and what is there. we ask jamie austin. >> reporter: jamie what can you tell us about zero one. >> it's a giant art and technology festival based in san jose taking place september 16-19. >> how far across the board to do your events and programs stretch. >> they stretch wide. we have exhibitions and 12 public art installations. on friday night there's' festival. saturday we have a parade and we have public projections throughout downtown san jose. >> what kind of events are put on? >> largely art exhibitions. we have two hundr
for coming out. charlotte, matthew, the protocol team. getting you all here on the balcony in city hall. i want to welcome my friends from spain. thank you. thank you for your leadership. i want to pay particular note and complement to supervise a david campos for his hard work and tenacity and commitment to this sister city. he has been talking about this for months. i want to congratulate him on a job well done in helping to organize this and being a good steward in the process. i also want to thank --where is he? but they acknowledged supervisor bevan dufty. there is jose cisneros. we thank him for his strong support. as well come a department head, commissioners assembled. this is our 18th sister city. formally, our relationships go back to 1957. the idea behind sister cities began when then-president dwight eisenhower recognized we need to reconcile that there were agreed -- disagreement between nations coming out of world war ii and the best way to reconcile the disagreement was people to people that love to say. people, representing cities, perhaps could get it right. that is when t
of the most high-risk natural gas pipelines in the bay area. david louie joins us live from san carlos with the latest revelation after the san bruno fire. >> kristen, that meeting as you say is underway behind me at city hall involving the san carlos city mayor as well as the city public works director. pg&e did contact the mayor over the weekend. so the fact that a pipeline in san carlos was on the list didn't come as a complete surprise. the pipeline in san carlos is located with no homes in the immediate vicinity but businesses such as auto supply and supermarkets. the public works director says the pipeline is mostly 24 inches in diameter but one steps down to 20 inches. they've been aware of it but didn't know it would be on this top 100 list. the mayor hopes to get more information meeting face-to-face with pg&e at this hour. >> we're very interested of course in the specifics of san carlos. what is the situation and what are we gonna do about it and when. >> i do think there needs to be heightened awareness and heightened reporting and heightened attention until the issues are
. david louie joins us live from san carlos with the latest revelation after the san bruno fire. >> kristen, that meeting as you say is underway behind me at city hall involving the san carlos city mayor as well as the city public works director. pg&e did contact the mayor ovr the weekend. so the fact that a pipeline in san carlos was o the list didn't come as a comple surprise. the pipeline in san carlos is located with no homes in the immediate vicinity bu businesses such as auto supply and supermarkets. the public works director says the pipeline is mostly 24 inches in dieter but one steps down to 20 inches. they've been aware of it but didn't know it would be on this top 100 list. the mor hopes to get more information meeting face-to-face with pg&e at this hour. >> we'r very interested of course in the specifics of san carlo what is the situation and what are we gonna do about it an when. >> i do think there needs to be heightened awareness and heightened reporting and heighted attention until the issues are really resolved. >> when pg&e released the list yesterday afternoon
in a lottery ball for the opportunity to become that doctor. she loses that, of course. as david said in the town hall last night, it's a metaphor that education has come down in many cases to a ball coming out of a bin. that's just not good enough. secretary duncan and others are looking to change that. >> let me get to our first news story which is related here and then the secretary again. the need for this week's "education nation" is underscored by a new nbc news "wall street journal" poll which shows a majority of americans are pessimistic about the state of america's education system. 58% think we need major changes or a complete overhaul. 36% think minor changes will do a trick. 5% think the schools work well. converting these ops to letter grades. a combined 70% gave public schools either a c or a d. who do people blame for the problems with public education? 53% of those polled said elected officials are part of the problem. 50% said parents. 41% said teachers unions. 36% said principals and administrators and 30% said teachers. yesterday on "meet the press" d.c. school chan
, alameda's fire chief is now on paid administrative leave. that was chief david kapler. he safes the free gas was part of his pay agreement with the former city manager but no one at city hall has been able to find a record of that. kapler's base salary is nearly $200,000. >>> hurricane earl is not a direct hit on the east coast. earl was downgraded to a category 2 storm when its center passed east of the north carolina coast. maximum winds 105 miles an hour. but that storm still causing problems in north carolina and virginia with more to come. more will come farther north. no injuries have been reported. there is some flooding this morning on the resort islands of north carolina's outerbanks. thousands were told to leave and most did. >> it's at its worst point. we are not going to put any emergency worker in harm's way. >> we were going to ride it out in the pool and the hot tub out back. but when they make you leave, you know... >> business owners stayed to board up their buildings. now earl is headed north and people in new england getting ready for a wet labor day weekend. >>> check
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